“A girl should be two things: who and what she wants.”
– Coco Chanel
A personal mantra of Anastasia Soare is that whatever makes you feel beautiful, that’s what makes you powerful. Regardless of your age or your background, every woman is entitled to feel both.
Recently, Anastasia was invited to be a guest panelist at the Milken Institute Conference. Moderated by Gayle King, co-host of “CBS This Morning,” the panel was titled “Coming of Age: Women Rise to the Top” and consisted of women who had broken age and gender barriers to achieve powerful positions in a variety of industries.
Joining Anastasia and Gayle King on stage were Jane Harmen (president and CEO of the Wilson center), Sylvia Rhone (chairman and CEO of Epic Records), designer Donna Karan, and former CEO of Paramount Pictures, Sherry Lansing. Together, they spoke about the need for society to rethink what age and aging itself represent.
Watch the full conversation between these incredible women below to hear Anastasia speak about coming to America, her art school inspiration for brows, and using Instagram as the ultimate teaching tool.
Coming of Age: Women Rise to the Top